Deep-sea Microbes Found to Consume Greenhouse Gases

Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin’s Marine Science Institute have identified nearly two dozen new types of microbes. They report that many use hydrocarbons as energy sources to survive and grow, potentially reducing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. (Nov. 27, 2018)

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Advancement in Carbon Recapture

Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology have developed a new method for CO2 reduction, which resulted in a 57% overall quantum yield of CO2 reduction products. (Nov. 30, 2018)

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My New Publication in Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications

I’m pleased to say that my new paper “Factors associated with clinical trials that fail and opportunities for improving the likelihood of success: A review,” has been published at Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications. It’s open access so please feel free to read and share.

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